Glass flower, theater in the palace or the countless lights:There was a lot to discover in “Erich's lamp shop”, as the Palace of the Republic was known colloquially.
This multicolored, self-adhesive paper tape with motifs from the cultural center makes every gift an eye-catcher. Easy to tear off and write on, it is also ideal for handicrafts and decoration, e.g. B. from picture frames, lampshades or furniture.
The Palace of the Republic was known far beyond the borders of Berlin. After the Berlin Palace was blown up in 1950, it was built between 1973 and 1976. Even today, many people like to remember this building and its various tourism and leisure activities. Inspired by the graphic icons in and around the Palace of the Republic, the Berlin creative agency Salapanga created this exclusive design.
- 4.5cm x 50m
- self-adhesive paper tape
- no residue on most surfaces
- not suitable for children under 3 years
- Made in Germany